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Ofcom Vindication for Al Jazeera

The UK broadcasting regulator Ofcom has ruled in favour of the news channel Al Jazeera English following a complaint about its series on the 'Palestine Papers', the largest leak of confidential documents in the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


Sheikh Yassin Abdullah Kadi: European court orders annulment of asset freezing regulation

The General Court of the European Union in Luxembourg has today delivered a landmark decision annulling a European Regulation freezing the assets of Mr Kadi.


9/11-related US civil claims against prominent Saudi businessman dismissed

Sheikh Yassin Abdullah Kadi has succeeded in having dismissed in their entirety the civil claims brought against him in the United States on behalf of the families of the 9/11 victims.


Annual Conference of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (‘BIICL’) on 11 June

Carter-Ruck co-sponsored BIICL's annual conference on 11 June 2010, together with Shell International B.V.


Islamic Relief Worldwide

The firm has been retained by the highly-respected international charity Islamic Relief Worldwide on a range of matters.


Yassin Kadi Launches Claim Against US Administration

Sheikh Yassin Abdullah Kadi, a Saudi Arabian businessman and philanthropist, has issued proceedings against various members of the Bush administration relating to a series of unconstitutional actions taken against him.


Carter-Ruck Challenges UN Terror Sanctions

Cameron Doley and Guy Martin are pursuing the cases of a number of clients wrongfully listed as Special Designated Global Terrorists with the United Nations Sanctions Committee and the Governments of the US and UK.


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